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The dash lights and tail lights are usually on the same fuse, look for the tail light fuse. You may want check the wiring at the rear of the vehicle, especially trailer light wires. If your truck has one of those add in connectors for trailer lights, that you plug into the wire harness, you may want to take that apart. They sometimes get corroded and short out.
Check the fuse, the tail lights and dash light are usually on the same fuse. If the fuse is blown you may want to look around for bare wires. Do you have a trailer wire hook up? That is usually the culprit. The owners manual shoud tell you which fuse it is. No owners manual go to www.car-part.com that will tell you the salvage yards in your area that may have a used manual.